Hotels near Maplewood-Ashcreek
Also known as the West Hills, the Maplewood-Ashcreek neighborhood has panoramic views of downtown Portland. On clear days, it’s possible to also see Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Saint Helens in the distance, giving travelers a fantastic backdrop for photos. The area is not far from downtown Portland and the famous Pearl District, the West Hills has quite a few restaurants, from the swank Chart House to the very affordable Skyline Burgers. Travelers who are into house hunting or just fans of different architectural style will enjoy the large and very unique homes of Maplewood-Ashcreek.

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Comfort Suites Portland Southwest
Comfort Suites Portland Southwest
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3.6
174 reviews
11340 Sw 60th Ave, Portland
from $104
Hospitality Inn
Hospitality Inn
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4.0
739 reviews
10155 Sw Capitol Hwy, Portland
from $72
Quality Inn - Tigard
Quality Inn - Tigard
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3.6
319 reviews
11460 Sw Pacific Hwy, Tigard
from $67
Portland Value Inn & Suites
Portland Value Inn & Suites
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3.2
112 reviews
10450 Sw Barbur Blvd, Portland
from $50
Portland-Days Inn Tigard
Portland-Days Inn Tigard
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-1.0
11455 Sw Pacific Hwy, Tigard
from $60
Aladdin Inn & Suites
Aladdin Inn & Suites
8905 Sw 30th Ave, Portland
from $65
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Lodgings and Getting Around

The Maplewood-Ashcreek neighborhood is mostly residential. One can find some fabulous home rentals through Airbnb or stay in the southwest Portland area. Some accommodations nearby are Quality Inn, which offers a free continental breakfast, and Comfort Suites Southwest, right off of I-5 for easy commuting to and from activities. Downtown is also a convenient option, allowing visitors to catch the bus to the Maplewood-Ashcreek area or rent a car to get there. Multnomah Village is a popular area for shopping and dining.

When to Visit

Anytime is a great time to visit Portland. May through September is busy tourist season, because the weather is usually nice and the city plays host to a lot of events and festivals like the Portland Rose Festival, the Waterfront Blues Fest and the Bite of Portland. Fall has unpredictable weather and could find travelers in the middle of a rainy patch. Watching the leaves turn is a fun pastime and makes for gorgeous vacation photos, especially when visiting the city’s lush parks. The Maplewood-Ashcreek neighborhood backs up against one of the largest, Washington Park. This is where the Rose Test Garden is and the park is full of local plants and great walking and biking trails. In the summer, catch a Shakespeare in the Park performance. 

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